Forever Love at Hangar 21 South
Guests entered the side patio for Bernadette and Noel’s wedding at Hangar 21 South, signed their fingerprint guest book, then took a seat. The stage was decorated with tall pillars topped with fresh floral arrangements and a hexagonal ceremony backdrop embellished with white, green, and pink. As soon as the chairs were full, music cued up and Noel led the processional followed by the bridesmaids in purple and groomsmen in blue and ending with Bernadette. Smiles filled both the bride and groom’s faces as they saw each other for the first time that day across the aisle. Once together on stage, they read personalized vows, exchanged rings, and shared a sweet kiss to end the ceremony. Excitedly, the newlyweds exited the side patio and headed into cocktail hour followed by their guests.
Beer and wine were being served while Fried Chicken and Waffle Bites and Mini Corn Dogs made their rounds to hungry guests. A French Fry Station was also available for guests to pair sweet potato fries with their choice of sauce for dipping. While everyone mingled and snacked on hors d’oeuvres, the wedding party posed for group photos inside the hangar. Once all photos had been taken and games of cornhole were won on the tarmac, everyone was invited inside for dinner.
Tables were draped in white linen and topped with fresh flowers adding pops of color around the hangar. Bernadette and Noel shared their first dance as guests watched in awe, then it was time for dinner. A menu of Huli Huli Chicken, Sliced Brisket, Coconut and Lime Rice, Far East Wok Long Beans, Vermicelli Noodle Salad was served. The bride and groom selected the delicious menu during their planning process with our Event Specialist, Brittany. Toasts were shared while everyone enjoyed dinner and glasses clinked in the air after each speech came to an end, then the newlyweds cut into their wedding cake and invited their guests to also enjoy a slice. The evening ended with many memories made via photos from the photo booth and lots of dancing! A glow stick exit sent off the bride and groom in a sea of colors.